Warrandyte community groups to shape the direction of community facilities

4 Jul 2024
Liveable Places and Spaces Warrandyte Warrandyte South

We're engaging local Warrandyte community groups to help plan the future direction of local community facilities.

Engagement will begin in July and is part of the Warrandyte Community Facilities Review (Review) – a key project under our Community Infrastructure Plan (CIP).

Our Mayor, Councillor Carli Lange said that we're looking for future improvements to community facilities that will better support local services and connectivity for residents.

“Last year’s consultation on the Community Infrastructure Plan highlighted the need for a holistic review of the provision of community facilities in Warrandyte. With an increasing demand for services, we need to ensure the right infrastructure is in place to support community needs,” Cr Lange said.

“The Review will help guide future investment into community facilities in Warrandyte,” she said.

During the consultation, community groups will provide information on their usage, needs, and expectations of facilities. They will also share ideas for future services and buildings, including opportunities for partnerships and facility sharing.

“We want to better understand the needs, priorities and aspirations of our local community groups.

“These discussions will guide the preparation of our draft recommendations, which will be shared with the broader community for further feedback early next year,” the Mayor added.

We'll contact community groups and services directly to invite them to participate in the consultation.

If you haven’t heard from us by the end of July and would like to participate, please contact us via Your Say Manningham.

The final plan will be presented to Council for endorsement in 2025.

For further information, go to Your Say Manningham.